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In "Clorox tries Formula 409 for carpets" (March 10, P. 6), sales for Reckitt & Colman's Resolve were said to be down 4.6% for the 52 weeks ended Dec. 29, according to Information Resources Inc. The decline actually was for Reckitt & Colman overall in the category, including its Woolite brand. According to A.C. Nielsen Co. data cited by Resolve agency Warwick Baker & O'Neill, New York, the brand's sales were up 1.3% in the 52 weeks ended Dec. 21.

In "FTC expands probe of privacy issues" (March 10, P. 43), Nexis-Lexis says its P-Trak-which last year for 11 days offered Social Security numbers as well as names and addresses to those searching its database, before dropping the numbers after public pressure-was available only to the portion of its account holders with access to that database.

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